The rumors were true all along. At a press event in China earlier today, Xiaomi, the brains behind the self-proclaimed flagship killers Mi3 and Mi4, launched a new device to bridge the gap between Mi 4 and the Mi4i and has conviniently dubbed it as the Xiaomi Mi4c. A quick glance at the Mi4c reveals identical design to the Mi4i with the same polycarbonate build and flashy color options. The device comes in two variants, one with 2GB RAM/16GB storage priced at $204(1299 RMB) and another with a 3GB RAM/32GB storage priced at 1499 RMB (~$235). Although there is no word on an Indian launch but we do expect Xiaomi to launch the Mi4c very soon as India has been a very favorable market for the Chinese manufacturer. The Xiaomi Mi4c is powered by the hexa-core Snapdragon 808 SoC, identical to the one on the LG G4 and sports a 13MP primary camera and a full frame 24mm wide-angled 5MP secondary camera. The display is a 5" Full HD IPS panel and a hefty 3080mAh battery powers the entire package. The company claims of a dominating 30-hr battery life. The Mi4c is the second device after the OnePlus Two to sport a USB-C connector. The Mi4c comes with an edge touch technology that allows users to capture photos by just touching the edges. This may come in handy when you want to click a photo without actually covering the screen with your hands, wait, what? (it's still a nifty to feature to have) The screen has variable refresh rate, the same as the new iPad Pro, which changes the refresh rate to match the content being viewed thus increasing the battery life a bit! Now popular across the world, it's been a promising run for half a decade old Xiaomi, and its Mi product lineup. The critical reception of Mi4c around the world will surely pave the way towards the future plans of the company.